Thursday, February 25, 2010

Pillsbury Sweet Sunday Morning Giveaway(CLOSED- WINNER)

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Timestamp: 2010-02-25 14:18:14 UTC
Congrats to Carolyn G, I'll be emailing you for your info!




When I was contacted by My Blog Spark http://www.myblogspark.com and asked if I was interested in reviewing Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls~~ I was more than happy to join the fun!When I was young I really loved Sunday mornings at Grandma's house.She always had stacks of homemade french toast oozing with maple syrup! Now with all my grandkids I find Sunday mornings very hectic! They visit frequently and I like to have a special treat in the morning that they don't have time for at home. These sweet rolls were an instant hit! We had fun making them since the granddaughters were able to prepare them and the grandson got to put the icing on! We had ours with hot chocolate (with straws because we can!)I thought I would get a picture- but they disappeared too fast! However, our second pan was Pillsbury Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls and I managed to hold them off for a minute!

Believe me, they were just as delicious as they look! If you'd like to try them with your family you can visit http://bricks.coupons.com/bstart.asp?o=61655&ci=1&c=GM&p=Iy7eG8wO to save $0.95 on one package of Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls today!

Pillsbury has also offered to give away a Pillsbury Orange Sweet Roll free coupon and a nice picture frame so you can show off your Sunday morning moments!
Here's how you can enter to win:
Mandatory entry (must be done first or all other entries are void) Tell me your favorite memory of Sunday mornings growing up.

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Pillsbury provided me with the free product, information, and gift pack through MyBlogSpark. The opinions expressed are mine alone and others may vary.

46 comments:

Joy and Melissa said...

Favorite memory of Sunday mornings growing up ... the great breakfast my Mother always made before Church on Sundays. I can even smell the cinnamo from here! @madly59 onlyjoy1959@yahoo.com

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Carolyn G said...

Wow SUndays were Church days so my mom would get us up and showered. We would have a delish breakfast then we we put on our SUnday dresses, which I hated because I was a little tomboy. And then we would head off to church.

Carolyn G said...

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suburban prep said...

Sunday morning growing up meant going to 8 am mass and then having a larger breakfast. Large being the operative word. I am one of 7 siblings and when we and our parents got together for breakfast on Sunday it included eggs, sausage, and butterd toast cabins with orange juice.
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cpullum said...

Our Sunday Breakfast. Eggs, Bacon, Toast!
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mimi said...

would love to win this..just love pillsbury

Cecelia said...

Sunday morning - going to my friend's house and we'd walk down the street to pick up bagels (hot and fresh) for the families
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Charlene said...

Keep them on hand to make any meal special. The smell is worth baking them to spice up your kitchen.
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Carolyn G said...

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Stephanie said...

My favorite memory of Sunday mornings growing up is always waking up to the smell of bacon and sausage as my dad was up cooking our Sunday breakfast it's the only day of the week we would actually have a fully cooked breakfast other mornings it was muffins or ceral.
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Bethany said...

I was a big fan of the church nursery.
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arress said...

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Luvdaylilies said...

One of my favorite Sunday morning memories was chatting with my Mom while I helped her make a BIG breakfast!!!
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exotic1 said...

On Sundays as a kid I got to sleep in and eat left over pizza for breakfast. Hey I was a kid what did you expect lol

exotic1 said...

Following your blog :)
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Following you on twitter too~! How you like being stalked lol
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Karin said...

Walking to Sunday school --Enjoying the beauty of nature as I walked. I had really nice teachers too so I liked going.

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Lisa said...

My favorite memory of growing up, for Sunday mornings, was getting up and going to church with my family and then later either went to the movies and/or out to eat.

Carolyn G said...

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